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phis — Fall of Memphis — Appearance of the City – First Siege of
Vicksburg — Situation of the Town - Bombardment of Vicksburg —
The Canal Project—The Arkansas, her bold Enterprise-Failure of the
First Attack on Vicksburg—Butler at New Orleans—The Execution of

Mumford — Butler's Order — Beauregard's Order — Effect of Butler's

Tyranny on other cities of the South-Military Expedition against

Charleston-Battle of Secessionville-Repulse of the Federals—Con-

federate Conscription Act . . . . . . PAGE 33

Plan to overwhelm Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley–Jackson's Re-

treat-Fremont and Shields foiled in their Attempt to cut him off-
Pursuit of Jackson by Fremont-Engagement at Harrisonburg-Death
of Turner Ashby-His Career-Jackson's critical Position-Battles
of Port Republic — Fremont repulsed — Shields defeated — Jackson's
Qualities as a General-Pope to command Army of Virginia—M'Call's
Division joins M'Clellan-Stuart's Raid-Rumour of Jackson's appear-
ance on the right of the Army of the Potomac-Hooker's Advance-
M'Clellan's Letter to the Secretary of War-Preparations to abandon
the White House-Battle of Beaver Dam Creek-Position of the
Federal army-Battle of Gaines' Mill—Defeat of Porter-M'Clellan's
Head-quarters move to Savage's Station-Bridges destroyed-Stone-
man with the Cavalry retreats to Fortress Monroe- White House
Depôt abandoned-Commencement of the Retreat to the James River
-Action at Savage's Station - At White Oak Swamp-At Glendale
-Army reaches Malvern Hill—Head-quarters at Turkey Island Bend
-Position occupied by the Army at Malvern Hill-Battle of Malvern

Hill—Repulse of the Confederates—Mr. Lincoln's Telegram-Rein-

forcements ordered to M'Clellan . . . . . . 60

CHAPTER VI.

General Pope-His previous History-Orders to the Army–Plan of the

Campaign-Advance to Cedar Mountain-Battle of Cedar Mountain-

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